African Apocalypse. / Hampson, Robert.

In: Joseph Conrad Today, Vol. XLV, No. 2, 10.12.2020, p. 24.

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African Apocalypse. / Hampson, Robert.

In: Joseph Conrad Today, Vol. XLV, No. 2, 10.12.2020, p. 24.

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Hampson, R 2020, 'African Apocalypse', Joseph Conrad Today, vol. XLV, no. 2, pp. 24.

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Hampson R. African Apocalypse. Joseph Conrad Today. 2020 Dec 10;XLV(2):24.

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abstract = "This is a review of Rob Lemkin's film, 'Africa Apocalypse', which follows the poet and activist, Femi Nylander, on a journey through Niger. The film is constructed as a response to Marlow's experiences in the Congo in 'Heart of Darkness', which provides an explicit intertext. It follows in the footsteps of another Kurtz-like figure, Captain Paul Voulet, and exposes the massacres he perpetrated and their continuing traumatic impact. ",
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